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Representative Scott Landry
  Representing: Farmington & New Sharon
District #113

Rep. Scott Landry is serving his first term in the Maine House of Representatives.

Landry works hard to give back to his community, serving as a selectperson in Farmington and on the board of directors for the Healthy Community Coalition, the Kingfield POPS, the High Peaks Alliance and Life Enrichment Advancing People, or LEAP. He is a passionate supporter of local agriculture and is committed to promoting Franklin County and economic growth.

Landry resides in Farmington with his wife, Brenda.

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Rep. Landry is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.

Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife; inland fisheries and wildlife research and management; hunting; fishing; trapping; hunter safety; fish hatcheries; game wardens; guides; taxidermist licensing; ATVs; snowmobiles; watercraft registration and boater safety; and white water rafting.

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Click on the button below to see all bills, joint resolutions and orders I sponsored or cosponsored this session, as well as legislative sentiments that honor and recognize people from our district and throughout the state.



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Contact Me

Thank you for taking time to contact me. You may use the online contact form to reach me.

You can also contact me at my home:

137 Shepherds Lane
Farmington, ME 04938
(207) 491-9041

When the Legislature is in session, you can leave a message for me by calling the State House Message Phone: (800) 423-2900 or the State House TDD Line: Relay 711.